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in afghanistan got a salute from general david >> u.s. troops in afghanistan got a salute from general david petraeus today. if if outgoing commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan attended reenlistment ceremony at bagram airfield in afghanistan. troops say they were honored to have general visit them on independence day and today at the white house vm thanked the troops for their service. >> you represent the latest in a long line of hero who have served our country with honor. who made incredible sacrifices to protect the freedom that we all enjoy. >>reporter: more than 1200 military members and their family were his invited to the fourth of july celebration at the white house. celebration included barbecue, concert followed by fireworks. >> in san jose thousands celebrated the holiday at the fourth annual rose white blue parade. event revival of the rose carnival that began in 1896 and later became known as the fiesta la rose parade. rose is in the title it's all about the red white and blue. some of the most colorful participant said is important to celebrate what america is all about
and the rock group train. >> the troops in its afghanistan war zone tried to celebrate today as best they could. marines cooked up steaks and hot dogs, there was even some independence day cake. they said they tried to reflect on the meaning of this day. >> i have had quite a few days away from home, from the states and it really makes you appreciate the things we enjoy as americans and happy to celebrate but it's a day like any other. work still needs to be done. >> one lance corporal said the food was great and it reminded him of being back home eating hot dogs by the lake. >> for many of us it means fireworks, parades, barbecue and the day off from work. rita williams says how it's also a remind eve of what it means to be an american. >> reporter: there was plenty of patriotism today. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: faces of some of the people out of 7 billion in the world who call the united states home. >> we are probably the most fortunate on this planet. >> just great to be an american. you can do whatever you want hard work and effort you can achieve whatever you want. >> rep
in south east afghanistan celebrated independent day with a flag raising ceremony and military band. >> this may be the last july 4th ceremony spent in afghanistan for some of these soldiers. as the draw down of u.s. troops is set to begin. president obama ordered a troop reduction of 10,000 bit end of the year and another 23,000 by september 2012. military leaders say the president withdrawal plan is more aggressive than they had anticipated. >> you represent the latest in long line of hero whose have served our country with honor, you made incredible zacchary faces to protect the freedom that we all enjoy. i have got some of those heroes here with us today. >>reporter: for third year in a row the first family celebrating the fourth of july with service members and their families. more than 1,000 l military hero and loved ones gather on the south lawn for barbecue and first rate view of the national capitol fireworks tonight. the president told them america is proud of you. rock band train singleer song writer amos lee and u.s. marine band were on the schedule. >> now to amer
, coming up. tt+ñ% >>> the u.s. troops in afghanistan celebrated independence day by reenlisting in the army. general david petraeus visited the soldiers on the last 4th of july in uniform before becoming cia director. senator john mccain also joined forces to celebrate the 4th. the president announced plans to bring 10,000 troops home by year's end. >> and there is a growing movement turning neighborhood trees destined for mulch into one of a kind works of art. a growing number of carpenters are responsible for the rebirth. >> this tree in oakland has to be cut down because it's undermining a retaining wall. trimmers will chip the branches but the biggest parts of the tree will be spared from the firewood pile, ending up in this lumber yard. >> it's like opening up a novel. there is stuff you don't expect and learn about. >> this master kor pen ter sees beauty in this wood. he owns joinry structures taking trees and urban settings, ages wood, then mills it. the resulting timber will be turned into homes, furniture and restaurants. >> and all of us go, there is a story. it grows
. >> four nato service members killed in afghanistan this morning. three died during a roadside bombing in eastern afghanistan. the fourth during a separate nurnt attack. 200 troops have been killed in afghanistan this year. >>> in kabul, general karzai and general petraeus. an unannounced trip there. petraeus is leaving afghanistan to become director of the cia. the senate gets back to work today on talks to raise the debt limit. less than four weeks before the u.s. potentially defaults on its debts. ron johnson of wisconsin was asked if the two sides can agree on whether taxes should be raised. >> i sure think so. there's a growing group of, i think, senate republicans and house republicans that are willing to increase the debt ceiling as long as we actually fix the problem. >> delaware senator chris coons says he thinks an agreement can be reached. >> it's their refusal to consider any increase in revenue that has really stalled the talks so far. i'm hopeful we'll be able to move past that in this week's negotiation. >> an autopsy is scheduled for today to determine if a body that's
nato announced four of its service members were killed in two separate attacks in afghanistan. three were killed by a roadside bomb. a fourth died in a separate insurgent attack. their nationalities have not been released, but nine international troops have been killed so far this month. 280 this year. >>> today is the first full day of jury deliberations in the casey anthony murder trial. yesterday the seven women and five men on the jury failed to reach a verdict after six hours of deliberation. they are working to decide if casey is guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her 2- year-old daughter caylee. they could also find her guilty of second-degree murder, manslaughter or third degree felony murder which carry lighter sentences. if found guilty of first-degree murder, the prosecution plans to ask for the death penalty. >>> an autopsy will be performed today on the woman's body found over the weekend in indiana. it could be a missing college student. a family found the body in a creek outside indianapolis. now police in the nearby town of bloomington are waiting for word
. a british newspaper uncovered the manual which was produced by the taliban in afghanistan and is written in english. it tells islamic extremists to pretend to be gay if a woman approaches them because she could be a spy september by security services to attract men. the taliban compiled the manual hoping to stop law enforcement from identifying terrorists plotting attacks in britain. >>> making you feel like home half a world away. how u.s. troops are celebrating this independence day. >> and the calendar may say july but it doesn't look like it. how skiers are staying cool on the slopes. lush >>> cbs5 weather center, happy independence day. take a look at the flag on the flag. that is an indication of your change in the weather forecast. pinpoint outlook as the news continues. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, >>> pinpoint weather is sponsored by mancini sleepworld. save big until 2014. never go, where children are growing up homeless or poor. wendy tokuda s >> when think of napa you think of great wine but there are places that people never go, children growing up homeless and poor. windy ma qu
:17. overnight nato announced that four nato soldiers were killed in two separate attacks in afghanistan. three were killed by a roadside bomb. the fourth one died in a separatein sir gent attack. nine international troops have been killed this month. 280 so far this year. >>> bart and san francisco police have launched separate investigations into sunday night's fatal shooting at san francisco's civic center bart station. investigators say it began when two officers responded to a call about a drunk man carrying an open container of alcohol on the train platform. bart police chief says the two officers immediately found themselves in a very dangerous situation. >> the guy's armed with a knife. guy used a bottle as a weapon. one of our officers is injured. our officers used the force which they felt was necessary in defense of their life. >> one officer was armed with a taser but chose not to use it. investigators have still not released the name of the man who was killed. >>> time now 6:18. a sonoma county dive team recovered the body of a man who drowned in the russian river. 30-year-old juan
attacks in afghanistan. nato says three troops died from an improvised roadside bomb. a fourth soldier was killed in a accept vit insurgent attack. their nash ailties have not been released. nine international trips have been killed so far this month. 80 this year. >>> negotiation 1s resume -- negotiations resume later in washington to try to avoid a debt crisis. as scott macfarlane reports, there's the potential major development in these talks. >> reporter: we're hearing about new and potentially major cuts to met dicaire. "the new york times" says the white house is offering to cost to do that to get the votes needed to get the debt ceiling. lobbyists sent outant e-mail to the nursing facilities. but talks to -- but cuts to these so-called entitlement programs has picked -- has picked up momentum -- >> that it would be extremely detrimental and would have consequences. >> reporter: these entitlement programs, these cuts to entitlement programs remain a huge sticking point as the u.s. sticks here for negotiations in washington. scott macfarland, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> just hours ag
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